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it is all about jobs. >>neil: we are seeing a shift, more latinos voting for mitt romney, more young people voting for mitt romney in this state, again, these are developments unique to florida because they do know show up in other states and we will get into this later in the show. what do you make of that? and how important is the latino vote to mitt romney? >>guest: very important. every vote counts. in our state i ran on a campaign, seven steps to seven jobs over seven years. all i have talked about is jobs. they know what we have done works. so they will support governor romney. he knows the same thing. >>neil: that is what he has to do tonight? he has to keep emphasizing jobs, everything comes back to jobs. >>guest: it all comes back to jobs. >>neil: how do you discuss foreign policy? >>guest: it should be predictable. business people invest. if we want more jobs, we have to have a foreign policy that is predictable so businesses comfortable investing in america or another country. we have a logical consistent foreign policy. >>neil: governor, this is not meant at a slap but i see mit
. >>neil: who do you think speaks more two the immigrant community, the latino immigrant community, you started obviouslyily and you became legal and rubio said there has to an way to help those who are children of illegal immigrants become permanent citizens but there is a division. how do you feel about him and have you never sought out his endorsement? >>guest: i know senator rubio personally. he is a rising star of the republican party and he is the only senator in the republican party who has touched the immigration issue. unfortunately for the last 26 years, both political parties have made the immigration issue a political issue. there is no willingness to actually solve the problem. >>neil: how do you feel about president obama's approach? when you worked in congress you and yourself have said, you had lunch with then senator obama? >>guest: yes, i know president obama personally and he tale made a promise to the hispanic community he would do immigration reform in the first term. obviously, he failed. >>neil: do you like his reform efforts or what he is trying to do? >>guest: i
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